As our society collectively moves online, so businesses, public administrations, associations and other professional actors increasingly find themselves collecting, exchanging and processing personal data.
And yet, the use of such data is subject to stringent rules. Processing activities such as video surveillance, geolocation, human resources management, biometrics as well as the transfer of personal data to third countries must be carried out within the relevant legal framework.
In order to respect the rights of citizens and to comply with their own obligations, all concerned actors (interested persons, data controllers, data processors, ...) should know and understand the relevant rules on the protection of personal data.
This course is aimed at “beginners”, who wish to learn basic elements of data protection law.
- Basic concepts: personal data, processing, data controller / data processor, sensitive data, etc.
- The rights of data subjects
- The obligations of data controllers
- The role of the CNPD
- New aspects introduced by the General Data Protection Regulation (as of 25 May 2018)
13 April 2018
- Session in French: 9h00-12h00 SESSION IS FULL
- Session in English: 14h00-17h00 SESSION IS FULL
Every session has the same content. You only need to register for one of the 2 sessions.
1, avenue du Rock’n’Roll
Salle de conférence (Ground Floor)
The number of spaces is limited.
Please register by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and specify in which session you want to participate until 10 April 2018.
Attendance is free of charge.